Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio, founders and creative directors of The Attico, for Milan Fashion Week have designed a leisurewear capsule collection in the sign of inclusivity.
A different philosophy from the one we were used to in previous years, with haute couture dresses embellished with feathers and embroidery, with a 70s flavor. This time The Attico opens the doors to change, responds to the needs of these times and to those of consumers, to a vision of contemporary world that embraces all the “diversities”.
“Life at Large” campaign features 18 young ‘common’ people, non-professionals and with different backgrounds. “We had the honor of photographing, interviewing and documenting our incredible participants while they were themselves. A privileged point of observation on our human experience as we currently know it,” said the designers.
The clothes of new collection are sporty, oversized and have a street line, and particularly they are unisex and suitable for all body types. Click here to discover all the items.
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